First air date
September 28, 1996
After Gary Hobson loses his job as a Chicago stockbroker and is thrown out by his wife, it seems like life cannot get any worse. Without any place to go, Hobson takes a room at the Blackstone Hotel, and his life changes forever. Every morning at 6:30 Hobson is greeted by an orange tabby cat and tomorrow’s copy of the Chicago Sun Times. Hobson quickly learns that his actions change the headlines and stories in the paper, thus changing the future. Instead of returning to his life as a broker, Hobson spends his days righting wrongs and helping those in need, vowing to use the newspaper for good and not for personal gain.